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Earlier this month, UK Parliament passed a motion declaring an ‘environment and climate emergency’ in response to recent protests and ambitious new targets set by the Committee for Climate Change (CCC) to reduce the country’s levels of greenhouse gas to ‘net-zero’ by 2050. In order to realise this, UK businesses will need to make significant…

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6th – 7th November 2019 | NEC Birmingham   Get your tickets HERE Kensa is exhibiting at the Farm Business Innovation Show in November, offering visitors inspiration and advice on how ground source heat pump technology can help rural landowners diversify and make more money from their land and business. The phase out of fossil fuel…

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Build It Live 8th – 9th June 2019 | Bicester, Oxfordshire Ground source heat pumps – a natural fit for everyone Whether you are building your own home or renovating a property, ground source heat pumps can significantly reduce your heating bills, especially if your options are limited to oil or LPG. And thanks to…

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Ground source review: Bibury Barns Five derelict stone barns on a picturesque Cotswold Farm were converted into luxury holiday lets, Bibury Barns, featuring eco-friendly and efficient ground source heat pump technology from Kensa. This conversion won Greengauge Building Energy Consultants ‘Retrofit Project of the Year’ at the H&V News Awards 2019.

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District Heating Project Of The Year web

Summary: Kensa Contracting’s project with ENGIE for Enfield Council named District Heating Project Of The Year Scheme involved the retrofit of ground source heat pumps into 400 flats in eight tower blocks in the London Borough of Enfield Read the full article at KENSACONTRACTING.COM     The H&V News Awards judging panel described the Enfield tower…

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Summary: Kensa mitigates concerns that plans for widespread deployment of heat pumps will unduly increase strain on the electricity grid. A report found the electrification of domestic heating on the grid is far less problematic than previously thought. Peak heat demand is 170GW, 40% lower than previously thought. Maximum ramp rate is 60GW/h, around 50%…

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